Deidre pulled into the campus parking lot in her dad's old 2001 Toyota Camry, the car heaved and dragged itself sluggishly across the asphalt. As Deidre backed into a parking space, the car squealed and groaned and all but fell apart as she backed in, inch by inch. Finally, with a loud clunk, the car shut off, and Deidre was forced to leave without perfecting her reverse parking. "Well fuck." She grumbled, giving the front tire a good kick, before instantly regretting it because she was wearing sandals. "FUCK!" She cried out in pain, hopping on one foot and holding the other. After soothing her throbbing foot, she grabbed her bags from the back, making sure to shove her 'home outfit' into one of them, and proceeded to the campus courtyard. She had started out the day wearing a teal turtleneck, a brown glittery hijab, baggy blue jeans and brown sneakers, but as soon as she had gotten a good distance away from home, she had pulled over to a secluded area and changed into a white cami, faded blue shorts, and large silver hoop earrings, as for shoes, she had kept the brown sneaks on. Upon reaching the courtyard, she saw that the Planning Committee were planning...Something. Deidre couldn't tell if the huge poster that they were hanging up depicted an angry bear or a mutated person. "Sam, what the hell is that?" She asked, cocking her head to the side and trying to figure out what the thing was. Sam, the Planning Committee president glared down at her from her ladder. "It's an ostrich. Obviously." The blonde snapped and Deidre let out an ugly guffaw of laughter. Sam whipped her head around, nearly toppling from her ladder with the force of the turn."What's so funny?!" She screeched. Deidre held her hands out in a 'Hey hey, chill I mean no harm' gesture. "Nothing, it's just...Not very bird like. What's all this for anyway?" If Sam's face got any redder, Deidre was afraid that the girl would explode. "It's for Ostrich Awareness Day. Stop the Ostriches from being Ostracized, don't take their Ostrich Eyes." Sam looked so proud of herself, Deidre really did try to hold in her laughter this time, but the slogan was just so ridiculous, she couldn't help letting loose with a bubbling giggle. Sam narrowed her eyes at her and started to descend the ladder, while yelling. "You think the genocide of Ostriches is funny?! You think that when a momma ostrich is working hard to protect her eggs and turns for a second to look in the other direction, and then turns back and sees that her babies have been kidnapped! You think that's funny?!" "Oh Christ..." Deidre groaned as Sam began to screech at her like an ostrich.